Sustainable Agribusiness Programme is a network of organizations in the agri food sector, nurturing care for Early Childhood Development, Childcare in the criminal justice system, climate action and Microfinance.

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Our Membership Structure

SAP Kenya brings together Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMES), Co-Operatives, Civil Society Organizations, Farmers, Women in Childcare Space and Entrepreneurs in the agri-food sector. The Network has membership in 10 of the 47 counties in Kenya. We envision a Kenya that is self-reliant, with sustainable and inclusive value chains.

Membership Benefits

  • Issuance of SAP Kenya Membership Certificate

  • Access to our online courses and capacity building platforms

  • Partnership in research ,development and policy/advocacy initiatives

  • Establish a conducive operating environment to add value to agriculture

  • Making the case in the media for all of our thematic areas.

  • Participation in high-level exclusive learning and networking events hosted by SAP Kenya members.

  • Linkages to potential investors, sources of finance and financial institutions.

  • Annual awards, which recognize the best performing members.

SAP offers members an effective voice for their concerns at national and international levels. Our members work in partnership with development and advocacy organizations throughout the world.

Our Working Groups

  • Smart Agriculture

  • Nutrition and food security

  • Climate Action

  • Health and wellbeing

  • Financial inclusion

  • Childcare : Opportunities and Challenges

  • Children of women in Prison

Membership applications for organizations are made by completing the form below. A panel of three members of the Board of Trustees consider applications on a monthly basis.


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Our lead team of directors have acquired a cumulative wealth of over 30 years experience in the Africa’s development sector, stakeholder engagement, related multi disciplinary experience useful in coordinating all SAP agribusiness and socio economic programs in Kenya’s 47 counties

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